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A ninth grade school project gone crazy. The lines of my family reach everywhere. From Michigan shores of Lake St. Clair to Canada, Acadia, and France for my father's line down to Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina for my mother's side. Both sides intertwining with Native Americans. Chipewa-Ojibewa and Cherokee.
Bringing them all together in one place has become my number one hobby though my wife says it's obsession! History books are a great starting point for learning, however, going back in time through family research surpasses by far any learning that can be accomplished in the classroom.
I would like to thank all those who have helped thus far and those who will in the future, because I am human, there will be human error somewhere. As always, use this for a starting point, but verify the facts for yourself. I can verify a lot of what I have with copies of documents, feel free to ask.
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